T-Mobile announced their latest Android device, the myTouch. Engadget notes it’sthe same.
“HTC Magic that has already shipped in parts of Europe, Asia, and Canada features a 3.2-inch 480 x 320 touchscreen, AWS 3G for use on T-Mobile’s high-speed network paired with quadband EDGE for global roaming, WiFi, a 3.2 megapixel camera, Exchange support, and — of course — Android 1.5 with all the virtual keyboardin’ you can handle.”
Except, it doesn’t really have Exchange support (T-Mobile’s press release notes it supports Exchange IMAP but not calendars and contacts). That’s pretty much a deal breaker for anyone that needs to use their phone in a corporate setting and I can’t say the rest of the specs blow me away either. It’s a nice, touchscreen device that Android aficionados will love but I somehow just can’t too worked up over it.